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After debating the merits of aux lights from Clearwater, Denali, Baja Designs and briefly, various offerings from Amazon, I settled on the Clearwater Erica lights. The Black Friday sale was tempting but I have always been blown away by the build quality and brightness of the lights. My riding buddies who have various Clearwater lights
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swear by the after sales service of the Sacramento, CA based company as well.
I was dreading the prospect of taking the fairings and front cowl off but with my son helping, it wasn't the nightmare I expected. I took the opportunity to install a double USB charger with voltmeter as well. Super easy AT specific wiring harness made the lights install logical and relatively easy. The Eastern Beaver PC-8 makes powering up stuff easy as
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Ive got a set of Denali D4's with amber lenses sitting in my closet waiting to be installed! I too am weary of tearing all the bodywork off but cannot wait to have these installed. Every time I see a rider on the road with the amber driving lights they are 10x more visible - its amazing how much more seem they are. looking good!
 

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Ive got a set of Denali D4's with amber lenses sitting in my closet waiting to be installed! I too am weary of tearing all the bodywork off but cannot wait to have these installed. Every time I see a rider on the road with the amber driving lights they are 10x more visible - its amazing how much more seem they are. looking good!
It wasn't as hard as I feared...the headlight cowl is a PITA to get back on but the fairings are pretty easy
 
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